The Logistics Management Certificate Program will prepare students in warehousing, operations, supply chain, distribution transportation, purchasing, and global logistics to enter into or advance within management career patterns of the logistics industry. The goal for the Logistics Management Certificate program is to provide an opportunity for students to complete a short-term intensive, hands-on program preparing them for employment in the logistics field.
Program Learning Outcomes: Compare roles and objectives of the logistics disciplines; understand how logistics functions can interact to efficiently use total personnel, facilities and equipment; contribute knowledge needed by multidisciplinary teams to effectively integrate and exceed end user (customer expectations; analyze, prepare, file and process claims when unavoidable freight disputes arise; explain how the overall flow of goods, services and information can be optimized to satisfy customer and business goals; identify third party logistics provider and client needs in negotiations, bidding and contracts, as well as legal and regulatory constraints to integrated logistics describe roles and value added by global logistics intermediaries.
Required Core (20 units)
BSAD P170 - Logistics Operation Management 3 units
BSAD P171 - Purchasing and Contracting 3 units
BSAD P172 - Supply Chain Management 3 units
BSAD P174 - Transportation Management 3 units
BSAD P173 - Distribution Management 3 units
BSAD P175 - Global and International Logistics 3 units
BSAD P162 - Entrepreneurial Mentor/Internship 2 units
Logistics (CA) pending Title IV aid.
Effective Summer 2016